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Mac Office 2004 v11.3.5 addresses security

updated 03:45 pm EDT, Tue May 8, 2007

Mac Office 2004 update

Microsoft's Mac Business Unit (MacBU) has issued an update to Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac, offering several improvements to security as well as stability. Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac 11.3.5 includes fixes for vulnerabilities that an attacker could use to overwrite the contents of a computer's memory with malicious code, and provides all of the improvements released in previous Office 2004 updates. The update applies to Office 2004 Standard Edition, Office 2004 Student and Teacher Edition, Office 2004 Professional Edition, Word 2004, Excel 2004, PowerPoint 2004, and Entourage 2004. Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac 11.3.5 requires Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later. [Download - 59.5MB]

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  1. Kenneth

    Joined: Dec 1969



    No official word on Office 2007 Word file format?

  1. vasic

    Joined: Dec 1969


    how many more...

    You would think MacBU would focus their efforts on putting finishing touches on Mac Office 2007, instead of polishing up 3-year old code... or providing us with new format converters.

    I'm wondering how many more updates are we going to see before the new Office?

  1. Recto Bold

    Joined: Dec 1969



    This is becoming a debacle. Adobe managed to release an entire Intel/PPC native suite of applications, most of them more complex than Office, before M$ could. It's clear how much M$ are deliberately dragging their feet. The very name of the product indicates how far behind we are (Office 2004!) and I'm getting closer to starting to consider an open source solution for my MacBook Pro. Office (I use Excel mostly, but some Word) is really sluggish on there and scrolling through docs in both apps has become just shamefully slow. It's somewhat ironic that Windows versions of Office were all designed for Intel processors, yet it seems that the move to an Intel version is close to taking them longer than it took for them to create the OS X PPC version. M$ - They are truly the worst.

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